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Mastectomy Photo Series - Breast Cancer
 
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Have you ever googled mastectomy before and after photos? It’s a heartbreaking array of faceless women’s maimed breasts under florescent lighting. In 2014, I was planning a preventative bilateral mastectomy to reduce my risk of breast cancer due to the BRCA1 genetic mutation. While "planning" I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer. The Woody Allen quote "If you want to make GOD laugh, tell him your plans" comes to mind. Before removing my breasts I wanted photographic evidence of what they looked like, but I didn't want mug shots of attempted murders. I wanted a photo that captured how I felt. So I decided to do a photo series that would express the emotion in each stage of the process. I wanted to change the images that women saw of mastectomies. No more Before and After photos. I wanted them to see the Evolution, the Life, and the HUMOR in this dark situation. Blast 'Em Photography enthusiastically got on board from the very begining, having worked with them as a model before “cancer”. This video discusses the making of these photos and shows the behind the scenes and extra shots. The photographer for this series was Blast 'Em Photography. Bride of Frankenstein MUA&Hair Brynn Berg @bberg06 Mannequin MUA Tiffany Alfonso Beauty2Blood.com Prosthetic Nipples Pink-Perfect.com Do you like my boobs? I have to give credit to my doctors. Dr. Eli Avisar at UM did the skin sparing mastectomy and Dr. Christopher low at vapsfl.com, was my outstanding reconstructive surgeon. My Breast Choice YouTube channel is my personal journey with the BRCA 1 mutation, my surprise diagnosis of Breast Cancer, subsequent double mastectomy, and chemotherapy adventure. I will be sharing tips I learned while recovering, talking candidly in Vlogs, and letting you into my life as I go through reconstructive surgery and Chemotherapy. If you find this video helpful, please Like it, Share it, and Subscribe. See the Whole Blog and uncensored photos at http://www.CancerGrad.org Also, donate to http://www.GoFundMe.com/MyBreastChoice to help make the "I Don't Have Cancer" Documentary a reality. To stay up to day with all of the latest news about this journey go like http://www.Facebook.com/CancerGrad Twitter and Instagram @AnielaMcG & @CancerGrad All Music used is royalty free from iMovie.
Views: 191546 My Breast Choice
Breast Reconstruction Surgery after Mastectomy: TRAM, DIEP, SIEA flaps.
 
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This video and other gynecology/obstetrics images/videos (in HD) are available for instant download licensing here: https://www.alilamedicalmedia.com/-/galleries/images-videos-by-medical-specialties/gynecology-obstetrics Voice by Sue Stern. ©Alila Medical Media. All rights reserved. Support us on Patreon and get FREE downloads and other great rewards: patreon.com/AlilaMedicalMedia All images/videos by Alila Medical Media are for information purposes ONLY and are NOT intended to replace professional medical advice. Perfect for patient education. There are two main categories of reconstruction procedures: breast implant and natural tissue breast reconstruction. Breast implant involves insertion of a prosthesis made of synthetic material. A typical breast implant has a silicone shell and is filled with saline or silicone gel. Natural Tissue Breast Reconstruction Surgeries use the body's own tissue for the new breast. In this type of procedure, a flap - a section of skin, fat, and possibly muscle - is harvested from a donor site elsewhere in the body and transferred to the chest to make the new breast. Possible tissue donor sites include: lower abdomen, back, buttock and inner thigh. The lower abdomen is by far the preferred donor site as it comes with a bonus of a flatter tummy after operation. The use of autologous tissue allows the reconstruction of a breast which looks and feels most like a normal breast. More importantly, this also solves the problem of the new breast being rejected by the body's immune system. However, compared to breast implant, natural tissue reconstruction requires longer initial hospital stay. It also results in additional scar and possible weakening of the donor site due to loss of muscle. The technique of natural tissue breast reconstruction has evolved significantly over time. The first of all natural tissue reconstruction procedures is the Transverse Rectus Abdominus Myocutaneous flap – or TRAM flap. In the original technique, called the pedicled TRAM flap, a section of skin and fat attached to a piece of the rectus abdominis muscle – the six-pack muscle - is cut from the lower abdomen. The flap remains attached to the body by the piece of muscle. The flap is then rotated together with the muscle and passed under the skin to the new location in the chest. Here, it is shaped to form the new breast. The new breast is supplied by the blood vessels that run inside the rectus abdominis muscle. A piece of synthetic mesh is placed in the abdomen to provide support for the abdominal wall. The disadvantages of this technique include weakening of the abdominal wall due to significant loss of muscle. Tethering of the flap to the body also makes it harder to be configured into the desired shape. Free TRAM Flap is an improvement from the original technique. In this procedure, a section of skin, fat and part of the rectus abdominis muscle with blood vessels within it, is separated COMPLETELY from the body and transferred to the breast location. The blood vessels of the flap – the deep inferior epigastric artery and vein - are connected to recipient blood vessels in the breast using microsurgery techniques. Free flaps are easier to sculpt into the desired shape. Blood supply to the new breast is also more robust this way. However, this technique requires microsurgery expertise and therefore is not offered by many surgeons. The amount of muscle loss from the abdomen remains significant. Deep Inferior Epigastric Perforator flap, or DIEP flap, is a significant advancement from TRAM flaps. In this procedure, the blood vessels – the deep inferior epigastric artery and vein - are meticulously dissected from the abdominal muscle. While an incision is made in the rectus abdominis for this purpose, NO muscle is removed. The blood vessels of the flap are then connected to the recipient vessels in the breast using microsurgery. Because no muscle is lost from the abdomen, the abdominal wall is NOT weakened after a DIEP flap procedure. Another procedure – the SIEA flap - is based on a different set of blood vessels - the Superficial Inferior Epigastric Artery and Vein. These vessels supply the skin and fat tissue of the abdomen and run within the fat layer. With this flap, the abdominal muscle is left untouched. This is therefore the preferred technique whenever it is possible. The reason why this is not more widely used is because these vessels are not large enough in 90% of patients. Commonly, these superficial blood vessels are approached first during surgery. If they are big enough, a SIEA flap will be used, if not, a DIEP flap will be performed instead.
Views: 42712 Alila Medical Media
My breast cancer in pictures
 
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On February 2016 I was diagnosed with stage 1a hormone receptor positive breast cancer at the age of 32. I have no family history of breast cancer and I am BRCA negative. Within a week from my diagnosis I underwent skin and nipple sparing bilateral mastectomy with immediate reconstruction. Once recovered I started 16 rounds of ACT chemotherapy. Chemo had been hard but doable. I have managed to workout almost daily and stay active. My final chemotherapy is on Aug 29th and my final surgery to replace tissue expanders with implants will be on September 28th.
Views: 12547 The Lava Empire
The Day BEFORE & AFTER  My Mastectomy || #PowerOverBreastCancer
 
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To date, I am one week and one day post op. Because of my surgery, my vlogs are a bit backed up. As I get better, I hope to upload more frequently. Sending love to you all! To send me a letter, please send to: Nancy Valentino PO Box 458 Smoketown, Pa 17576 W E B & S O C I A L M E D I A WEBSITE: http://nancyvalentino.com FACEBOOK: http://on.fb.me/1QjTlxy INSTAGRAM: @ladynancy_ FOR MORE: http://poweroverbreastcancer.org WHAT IS #PowerOverBreastCancer? ABOUT THIS VLOG SERIES- The point of these vlogs is to raise awareness for breast cancer and encourage self-breast exams to promote early detection. 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer. I'm 31 years old and never thought this would happen to me as I live a healthy lifestyle. PLEASE SHARE this video series out with others!!! Early detection can make all the difference. To see my #PowerOverBreastCancer Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWxeYW_fE2-Vlol1LuHAP-SrLesakp3pz
Views: 71288 Nancy Valentino
Mastectomy and Reconstruction - Expanders after Breast Cancer
 
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Here's a little about what to expect after going though a mastectomy and reconstruction. I'll show you what the expanders look and feel like. You can also see what my scars look like after surgery. Overall the expanders aren't too bad, but I'm sure the breast implants will feel and look a lot more natural. I'm a 31 year old mom who was diagnosed with stage 1, triple negative breast cancer. I had a double mastectomy, reconstruction, and 4 rounds of chemo. I made this video to help other women know what to expect when going through this. "breast cancer" mastectomy reconstruction expanders "breast implants" "boob job" scars bikini "hair regrowth after chemo" "young woman" "young mom" "what to expect" chemo "bald woman" "short hair" "triple negative" "Austin texas" livestrong, masectomy, "breast removal"
Views: 238229 Rachel Cha Ching Queen
DIEP Plastic Surgery Breast Reconstruction
 
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Having a DIEP Plastic Surgery Breast Reconstruction.
TRAM flap breast reconstruction
 
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I am general surgeon and breast specialist in Seoul, South Korea. I believe I can help the breast cancer patient with my special reconstruction surgery. I prefer TRAM flap than any other reconstruction. This is my recent operation.
Views: 8909 우암선생
Four months after Mastectomy and reconstruction
 
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Four months post operation of a mastectomy and immediate reconstruction using the Latissimus Dorsi muscle
Views: 84562 newbreast
My breast cancer lumpectomy, mastectomy and reconstruction, before and after.
 
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What are guide wires, drains, and what underwear do I need? I answer some of your questions based on my experience. I was really pleased with the outcome of my surgery!
Views: 6967 Life After Chemo
TRAM FLAP
 
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VIDEO: Breast Cancer Survivor Has Reconstructive Surgery
 
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Women who are diagnosed with breast cancer have a lot of options to consider. Reagan Smoker opted for a double mastectomy and breast reconstruction.
Views: 83652 wgaltv
Breast Reconstruction : Before and After
 
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Dr. Lettieri speaks about breast reconstruction surgery for breast cancer survivors
Views: 516 drlettieri
Reconstruction Surgery To Your Breast & Nipple - Manipal Hospitals
 
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This video discusses the different types of breast reconstruction surgery and their mechanics. Breast reconstruction helps restore the shape of the breast after a mastectomy. This can either be done through a synthetic implant or through one of two procedures where your own tissue is used to rebuild the breast. These two procedures are called the latissimus dorsi flap and the abdominal muscle flap. In the latissimus dorsi flap, an incision is made on the upper back, and a piece of the tissue is separated. This flap is then rotated to the site of the mastectomy. In an abdominal muscle flap, an incision is made in the chest or the abdominal wall, and the tissue separated is slid to the mastectomy site to create a breast wound. Watch the video for more information on the different types of breast reconstruction procedures. To know more visit our website : https://www.manipalhospitals.com/ Get Connected Here: ================== Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ManipalHospitalsIndia Google+: https://plus.google.com/111550660990613118698 Twitter: https://twitter.com/ManipalHealth Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/manipalhospital Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/manipal-hospital Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/manipalhospitals/ Foursquare: https://foursquare.com/manipalhealth Alexa: http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/manipalhospitals.com Blog: https://www.manipalhospitals.com/blog/
Views: 3024 Manipal Hospitals
Recovery from Mastectomy and immediate reconstruction
 
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Recovery and healing process showing visual results after a Mastectomy and immediate reconstruction using Latissimus Dorsi muscle.
Views: 49641 newbreast
What is a Tissue Expander | Breast Reconstruction Overview
 
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A breast tissue expander is an inflatable breast implant designed to stretch the skin and muscle to make room for a future, more permanent implant. Learn more from Lillie Shockney, administrative director of the Johns Hopkins Breast Center. For more information about the Johns Hopkins Breast Center, visit http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/breast_center/
Views: 70931 Johns Hopkins Medicine
I Had A Double Mastectomy | Prophylactic Mastectomy & Reconstruction
 
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In this video I share with you my journey to getting a Prophylactic Mastectomy & Reconstruction. This was not an easy decision to make, it actually took me six months.
Views: 4487 Marquetta Breslin
Breast Reconstruction Update-Switching from Implants to DIEP Flap (18+)
 
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This is a video of a woman that has had many complications and reconstructive surgeries after bilateral mastectomy. During this video she explains the difference in how she feels from implants to the switch to the DIEP Flap.
Views: 45546 CourageIsMyStrength
DIEP Flap Breast Reconstruction
 
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Dr. Ben Brown in Pensacola Florida uses a DIEP flap from the abdomen to reconstruct a right breast after mastectomy. www.GulfCoastPlasticSurgery.com
Views: 20968 Ben Brown, MD
Breast Reconstruction Before & After Pictures | Photo Gallery
 
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Breast reconstruction before and after pictures - These breast cancer patients who underwent reconstructive surgery at PRMA Plastic Surgery in San Antonio, Texas. Procedures shown include diep flap, gap flap, tug flap, lat flap and implant breast reconstruction (both alloderm one-step and two-stage with tissue expanders). These pictures show the final reconstructive results achieved after 1-4 stages depending on the specific procedure (combination of surgery and office procedures). To see more before and after pictures please visit http://prma-enhance.com/before-after-photos/breast-reconstruction-surgery For more information on your breast reconstruction options please visit http://PRMA-enhance.com or call 800.692.5565. PRMA specializes in state-of-the-art breast cancer reconstruction and is one of the leading breast reconstruction centers Worldwide. We welcome patients from across the USA and beyond (including Canada and Mexico) and are In-Network for most US insurance plans. Follow us: http://facebook.com/PRMAplasticsurgery https://plus.google.com/+PRMA-enhance http://twitter.com/DiepFlapBreast Contact us: PRMA | Center for Advanced Breast Reconstruction San Antonio, Texas http://PRMA-enhance.com (800) 692-5565 patientadvocate@prmaplasticsurgery.com
Mastectomy Scars without Reconstruction
 
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This is my first video. August 30, 2013 will be 1 year since my bilateral mastectomy surgery without reconstruction and living life as a flat and fabulous gal. This short video is to update my blog journal and to share with others who are or will be going through the same thing. As I said in the video, I am comfortable in my own skin and do not mind sharing with others in hopes that it helps them or a loved one along their path. Living life as a flat woman is not ugly or scary and I'm trying to help spread the word. Oh and just to note that we're all unique so the healing process is different for everyone. This is just my experience as I tend to be a slow healer. Peace, Rocki
Views: 357772 Rocki Adams
Breast Reconstruction After Cancer Surgery
 
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Dr. Jay Agarwal, from Huntsman Cancer Institute at the University of Utah, discusses various options for breast reconstruction following breast cancer surgery.
Breast reconstruction with tummy tuck
 
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This is another update video of my journey. I had breast reconstruction with a tummy tuck. The fat from my stomach was transferred to my breast. Amazing!! Thank you for letting me share my story
Views: 6266 Marisa Appling
Before and After Photos of DIEP Flap Breast Reconstruction - Houston, TX
 
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Houston breast reconstruction surgeon Dr. Aldona Spiegel specializes in microsurgical breast reconstruction techniques like the DIEP Flap procedure. These advanced techniques utilize the patient's own living tissue to recreate a soft, natural breast. View before & after photos of DIEP Flap procedures performed by Dr. Spiegel at the Center for Breast Restoration in Houston, Texas. http://www.breastrestoration.org/patient_testimonials.php
Views: 94034 Aldona Spiegel MD
DIEP Flap Breast Reconstruction Before & After Pictures | Photo Gallery
 
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DIEP flap breast reconstruction before and after pictures - these breast cancer patients underwent DIEP flap breast reconstruction at PRMA Plastic Surgery in San Antonio, Texas. The DIEP flap uses skin and fat from the lower tummy region while preserving all the abdominal muscles. (read more below...) These pictures show the final reconstructive results typically achieved after 3 stages: 1) initial reconstruction (at same time as mastectomy whenever possible) (hospital stay) 2) revision surgery for nipple reconstruction, best symmetry, abdominal contouring and scar revision (outpatient surgery) 3) nipple-areola tattooing (micropigmentation) (office procedure) PRMA specializes in state-of-the-art breast cancer reconstruction and is one of the leading breast reconstruction centers Worldwide. We welcome patients from across the USA and beyond (including Canada and Mexico) and are In-Network for most US insurance plans. Learn more about your breast reconstruction options at http://prma-enhance.com or by calling us at 800.692.5565. Follow us: http://facebook.com/PRMAplasticsurgery https://plus.google.com/+PRMA-enhance http://twitter.com/DiepFlapBreast Contact us: PRMA | Center for Advanced Breast Reconstruction San Antonio, Texas http://PRMA-enhance.com (800) 692-5565 patientadvocate@prmaplasticsurgery.com
Breast Cancer, Mastectomy, & Reconstruction | What I Didn't Know
 
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This video is about some of the unexpected things I've had to deal with since deciding to have bilateral mastectomies.
Views: 110182 CourageIsMyStrength
Breast Reconstruction after Mastectomy Photos, Part 1 from Myself Together Again
 
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The Myself: Together Again story of delayed breast reconstruction following double mastectomy surgery that appears on this video was inspired by Debbie*, who agreed to have the process photographed so that other young women like her could get an idea of what to expect. Visit the website for more information www.myselftogetheragain.org. Produced by Barton Creek Creative
Views: 46436 MyselfTogetherAgain
Breast Reconstruction after Mastectomy Photos, Part 2 from Myself Together Again
 
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The Myself: Together Again story of delayed breast reconstruction following double mastectomy surgery that appears on this video was inspired by Debbie*, who agreed to have the process photographed so that other young women like her could get an idea of what to expect. Visit our website for more information at www.myselftogetheragain.org. Produced by Barton Creek Creative
Views: 13106 MyselfTogetherAgain
Mastectomy | Breast Reconstruction Overview
 
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A mastectomy is the removal of the breast, nipple and areola to treat breast cancer. Lillie Shockney, administrative director of the Johns Hopkins Breast Center, discusses the different types of mastectomy surgeries available. For more information about the Johns Hopkins Breast Center, visit http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/breast_center/
Views: 37103 Johns Hopkins Medicine
Mastectomy & Breast Reconstruction -  PART ONE
 
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***Contains Images of A Woman 3 Weeks After Surgery*** Please visit http://courageismystrength.com/blog This is my story, and hopefully my way of helping others. Thank you all you women that have traveled before me or are along this same journey for sending your emails!
Views: 50603 CourageIsMyStrength
3 Breast Cancer Survivors Who Decided Against Breast Reconstruction After Mastectomies | TODAY
 
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As our Pink Power TODAY series marking Breast Cancer Awareness continues, breast cancer survivor Joan Lunden sits down with three women who made the very personal choice to forego breast reconstruction after their mastectomies. » Subscribe to TODAY: http://on.today.com/SubscribeToTODAY » Watch the latest from TODAY: http://bit.ly/LatestTODAY About: TODAY brings you the latest headlines and expert tips on money, health and parenting. We wake up every morning to give you and your family all you need to start your day. If it matters to you, it matters to us. We are in the people business. Subscribe to our channel for exclusive TODAY archival footage & our original web series. Connect with TODAY Online! Visit TODAY's Website: http://on.today.com/ReadTODAY Find TODAY on Facebook: http://on.today.com/LikeTODAY Follow TODAY on Twitter: http://on.today.com/FollowTODAY Follow TODAY on Google+: http://on.today.com/PlusTODAY Follow TODAY on Instagram: http://on.today.com/InstaTODAY Follow TODAY on Pinterest: http://on.today.com/PinTODAY 3 Breast Cancer Survivors Who Decided Against Breast Reconstruction After Mastectomies | TODAY
Views: 3646 TODAY
Survey: Women Want to See Breast Reconstruction Results In Person
 
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Women want to see breast reconstruction results in person before undergoing treatment for breast cancer surgery. Before and after photos are not enough, according to a survey by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Many breast cancer patient organizations report that a majority of women want to go beyond the usual routine of looking at before and after photos, to actually seeing the real results of various breast reconstruction procedures, in person, and having a chance to discuss those results with breast cancer survivors who've had the procedure.
breast reconstruction after double mastectomy
 
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breast reconstruction after double mastectomy Many women who have a mastectomy—surgery to remove an entire breast to treat or prevent breast cancer—have the option of having the shape of the removed breast rebuilt. Breasts can be rebuilt using implants (saline or silicone). ... Delayed reconstruction can happen months or even years after the mastectomy.
Views: 4441 Ruby Collins
DIEP Flap Before and After Pictures - Houston Breast Reconstruction
 
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Please visit http://www.breastrestoration.org/diep_siea.php to learn more about SIEA & DIEP Flap breast reconstruction in Houston, TX. Houston Breast Reconstruction surgeon Dr. Aldona Spiegel utilizes advanced, microsurgical procedures, including the DIEP, SIEA, SGAP and TAP flaps in her practice at The Center for Breast Restoration. This video features SIEA & DIEP Flap before and after photos, one of the most complex and technically demanding breast reconstruction procedures.
Views: 95957 Aldona Spiegel MD
Breast Reconstruction: 48 Hours After Exchange Surgery (Seeing it for the First Time)
 
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Breast Cancer - Post Bilateral Mastectomy. 48 hours after Expanders replaced with Implants. Removing tape and bandages. Not what I expected, but everything settled much nicer a week later. (Graphic Video, intended for Educational Purposes)
Views: 7237 Becoming a Survivor
One Week After DIEP Flap Breast Reconstruction | Julie Shares Her Experience
 
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Julie underwent bilateral DIEP flap breast reconstruction at PRMA Plastic Surgery. One week after surgery, she is feeling great! The DIEP flap uses the patient's own abdominal skin and fat to reconstruct a natural, warm, soft breast after mastectomy. Unlike the TRAM flap, the DIEP preserves all the abdominal muscles. Only abdominal skin and fat are removed similar to a "tummy tuck". Saving the abdominal muscles means patients experience less pain, enjoy a faster recovery, maintain their core strength long-term, and have a lower risk of complications. For more information on the DIEP flap, or to see if you are a candidate visit https://prma-enhance.com/breast-recon... After testing positive for a BRCA gene mutation that increased her chance of developing breast cancer, Dvora underwent prophylactic double mastectomy with immediate DIEP flap breast reconstruction. To learn more about your options for immediate breast reconstruction after mastectomy visit PRMA-enhance.com Follow us: http://facebook.com/PRMAplasticsurgery https://plus.google.com/+PRMA-enhance http://twitter.com/DiepFlapBreast Contact us: PRMA | Center for Advanced Breast Reconstruction San Antonio, Texas https://PRMA-enhance.com (800) 692-5565 patientadvocate@prmaplasticsurgery.com
BREAST RECONSTRUCTION SURGERY---Breast implant surgery post double mastectomy
 
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Today I got my breast implants after wearing tissue expanders for 3 1/2 months! Feels so wonderful to be done with this part of the reconstruction process! Easy outpatient, 2 hour surgery! Loving my new boobs! Ha
Views: 10097 Breast Cancer Babe
My Breast Surgery Results [1 week post 2nd phase of Reconstruction]
 
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Tissue expander out, Implants in! Here are the results of my 2nd phase of breast reconstruction 1 week post-surgery. Read & Watch more at http://www.nalie.ca
Views: 10591 Nalie Agustin
How Will My Breast Look and Feel after Breast Reconstruction Surgery?
 
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After a mastectomy with reconstruction, breast cancer patients can expect several changes in the way that their breasts look and feel after surgery. This largely depends on the type of reconstruction you've had, says Dr. Julie Billar. Watch as Dr. Billar discusses what changes in the look and feel of your breasts you can expect after mastectomy with reconstruction. Dr. Billar is board certified by the American Board of Surgery and specializes in the treatment of breast disease as well as breast and lymph node surgeries. SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE EXPERT INFORMATION AND BREAKING BREAST CANCER NEWS http://www.youtube.com/user/drjayharness VISIT BREASTCANCERANSWERS.com FOR INFORMATIVE VIDEOS http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/video-categories/ SUBMIT A QUESTION http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/ask DOWNLOAD DR. HARNESS' 15 QUESTIONS TO ASK YOUR DOCTOR http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/what-breast-cancer-questions-to-ask CONNECT WITH US! Google+: http://bit.ly/16nhEnr Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BreastCancerAnswers Twitter: https://twitter.com/BreastCancerDr ______ Disclaimer: This information should not be relied upon as a substitute for personal medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Use the information provided on this site solely at your own risk. If you have any concerns about your health, please consult with a physician.
Breast Reconstruction Surgery After Double Mastectomy
 
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For Kaiser Permanente Colorado patient Stephenie Griggs, her breast cancer diagnosis signaled the beginning of her recovery. She had many decisions to make and the help of a great care team.
Live Surgery DIEP Flap Breast Reconstruction: Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, Austin, Texas
 
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Paul S. Gill, M.D., Board Certified Plastic Surgeon demonstrates the DIEP Flap Breast Reconstruction Surgical Procedure in this edition of the Gill Plastic Surgery Patient Education Series. This video is meant to educate patients and medical staff on the advantages of DIEP Flap Breast Reconstruction and how the procedure is performed.
Views: 28565 Paul Gill
After photos of Double Mastectomy from 27 yr woman (Not for children or some adults)
 
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Now...here is a gallery of me. This is raw. If you do not want to see what a person looks like after a mastectomy, please don't click play and watch the slideshow. Like I said...I'm documenting every step of this for (myself a little) other women out there who want to prepare themselves if they are diagnosed, know someone who is or just plain getting my word out there. It sucks. It hurts. It's depressing. But I will survive. I will beat the shit out of this. One round knocked down can't keep this fighter down long..
Views: 40207 Alyssa Mazurek Paro
Fat Transfer after Mastectomy - Dr. Lisa Cassileth
 
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Watch as Dr. Lisa Cassileth performs fat grafting surgery after mastectomy and reconstruction to smooth the shape and restore a full, natural contour to the breasts. For many women undergoing mastectomy for breast cancer, an important part of her recovery and reclamation of her normal life is achieved by breast reconstruction. And whether it is performed as part of the original cancer surgery, or later after her cancer treatment has been completed, breast reconstruction using fat grafting to enhance the shape of the breast can produce natural and attractive results using the material most compatible with a woman's body: her own fat cells.
Breast Reconstruction Before & After Pictures | Photo Gallery
 
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Breast reconstruction before and after pictures - These breast cancer patients who underwent reconstructive surgery at PRMA Plastic Surgery in San Antonio, Texas. Procedures shown include diep flap, gap flap, tug flap, lat flap and implant breast reconstruction (both alloderm one-step and two-stage with tissue expanders). These pictures show the final reconstructive results achieved after 1-4 stages depending on the specific procedure (combination of surgery and office procedures). For more information on your breast reconstruction options please visit http://PRMA-enhance.com or call 800.692.5565. PRMA specializes in state-of-the-art breast cancer reconstruction and is one of the leading breast reconstruction centers Worldwide. We welcome patients from across the USA and beyond (including Canada and Mexico) and are In-Network for most US insurance plans. Follow us: http://facebook.com/PRMAplasticsurgery https://plus.google.com/+PRMA-enhance http://twitter.com/DiepFlapBreast Contact us: PRMA | Center for Advanced Breast Reconstruction San Antonio, Texas http://PRMA-enhance.com (800) 692-5565 patientadvocate@prmaplasticsurgery.com
Perth Plastic Surgeon Dr Paul Quinn  - Reconstructive Breast Surgery
 
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Perth Plastic Surgeon Dr Paul Quinn - Reconstructive Breast Surgery http://www.quinnplasticsurgery.com.au Dr Paul Quinn is a board-certified aesthetic and reconstructive plastic surgeon in Perth. One of his most frequently requested procedures is reconstructive breast surgery. To discuss surgical options with Dr Quinn, schedule an appointment by calling us at (08) 9388 8886. Reconstructive breast surgery may be necessary after a mastectomy or lumpectomy for breast cancer or another disorder. Women may have partial or complete breast deficiency, but reconstructive breast surgery may be able to help. There are several options available, and some more comprehensive than others. A fairly simple procedure is to insert a tissue expander and inflate it to optimal size. After approximately three months, the patient can replace the expander with a permanent implant. In cases when there was a small lumpectomy defect, a fat graft or smaller soft tissue flap may work well. For mastectomy defects, Dr Quinn can reconstruct the breast with soft tissue from the patient's back and a small implant. If symmetry is still an issue after reconstruction, Dr Quinn can lift or reduce the breasts as necessary. The most complicated procedure is soft tissue transfer using the patient's own tissues. This has a relatively long recovery time. Dr Paul Quinn spends considerable time with patients before surgery, discussing different options and sharing photos of what to expect. He is a knowledgeable plastic surgeon with extensive training and experience. Schedule a consultation at Quinn Plastic Surgery in Perth by calling us at (08) 9388 8886. http://www.quinnplasticsurgery.com.au
Largest Breast Reduction in America 36NNN by Dr. Franklin Rose
 
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Read more story and see Kerisha's before and after plastic surgery photos on our blog: http://drfranklinrosemd.com/biggest-natural-breasts-texas-30lb-breast-reduction-dr-franklin-rose/ Woman with the “Biggest Natural Breasts in America” had Significant Breast Reduction Surgery by celebrity Plastic Surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose – Dr. Rose says it was the largest breast reduction procedure in his 30+ years of practice in Houston, Texas After several years of reluctantly considering surgery, Mark decided to get a breast reduction from Dr. Franklin Rose, a well-known plastic surgeon based in Houston. Rose told The Post that he couldn’t recall seeing a patient with larger breasts in almost 35 years of work as a plastic surgeon. “The breasts really hung down to her hips and were essentially like carrying around three basketballs at all times because they were so large,” he said. “When we went into the exam room — I don’t know if I would use this word ‘shocking,’ but it was certainly startling to see breasts of that magnitude.” Fortunately, Rose said, breast reduction surgery is largely the same regardless of the patient’s breast size, though he was forced to bring in a second assistant to facilitate the four-hour surgery in September, just days after Mark’s 40th birthday. “Getting my breasts reduced was like a divorce,” she said. “And like a bad relationship, you don’t always realize how bad things were until it’s over.” Read more by Peter Holley via the Washington Post: http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/to-your-health/wp/2014/11/07/a-rare-hormonal-condition-caused-her-breasts-to-balloon-surgery-was-the-answer/ ——– ABOUT DR. ROSE: Dr. Franklin Rose, recently named “The Michelangelo of Plastic Surgery” by Houstonia Magazine is not only renown throughout his celebrated career as the doctor for Hollywood starlets and reality TV stars– he also performs many necessary breast revision and necessary breast reconstructive surgery for uninsured cancer survivors via the Holly Rose Ribbon Foundation and other medically necessary surgeries to improve the quality of life for of his patients. Noted Houston Plastic Surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose performed breast reduction surgery on Kerisha to remove approximately 25 pounds of breast tissue on September 26th, 2014.
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Patient Discusses Her DIEP Breast Reconstructive Surgery
 
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Cathy Golden discusses her choice of the new breast cancer treatment option DIEP reconstructive surgery (DIEP stands for Deep Inferior Epigastric Perforator) . Cathy traveled to the The Center for Restorative Breast Surgery in New Orleans to have the procedure done. The Center for Restorative Breast Surgery was established to serve as a dedicated resource for women seeking the most advanced methods of breast reconstruction utilizing the bodys own tissue. Founded by Frank J. DellaCroce, M.D., FACS and Scott K. Sullivan, M.D., FACS, the Center for Restorative Breast Surgery specializes exclusively in state-of-the-art breast surgery techniques (DIEP, SIEA and GAP flap procedures) that allow for breast reconstruction without sacrifice of important functional muscles. The restored breast is typically very natural looking with softness and shape that closely approach that of your own breast. You can get more information at http://www.breastcenter.com/ which is the website for the New Orleans center where Cathy had her surgery. Thank you Cathy for sharing your story!
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LATISSIMUS DORSI FLAP for BREAST RECONSTRUCTION (Ricostruzione mammaria - Chirurgia Plastica NAPOLI)
 
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Ricostruzione mammaria con muscolo gran dorsale. Intervento eseguito dal Dr. Salvatore Taglialatela Scafati. Dr. Salvatore Taglialatela Scafati performing breast reconstruction following mastectomy. Reconstrucción de mama con colgajo de dorsal ancho. http://www.salvatoretaglialatela.com http://www.mastoplasticaadditivanapoli.net http://www.rinoplastica.me http://www.facebook.com/pages/Dr-Salvatore-Taglialatela/211494185604533 https://www.facebook.com/groups/internationalplasticsurgery/
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